Julia Conley, staff writer
At its current rate, the sea level rise will be "enough to double the frequency of storm-surge flooding in many of the world's largest coastal cities" by the end of the century.
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
The Larsen B Ice Shelf in Antarctica collapsed due to climate change in 2002 (Photo:USGS/NASA/Getty Images)
Massive southern shelves split by climate-induced hydofracturing can collapse...


Though he gets the appeal of free snow cones and penguins, John Oliver is more worried about the environmental impact of an estimated 40,000 eager tourists a year traipsing to and inevitably trashing Antarctica. His solution: A hilarious anti-tourism PSA.